Army Duals Results

Are up on both sites. Recap will be worked on Thursday. It will take some time to do what I usually do with large multi-team recaps.

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Toughman Recap: Lake Asbury Wins Title

North Florida Matmen staff report

MIDDLEBURG — Lake Asbury JHS won the 2018 Eagles Toughman junior high tournament last weekend, outpointing host school Wilkinson JHS, 314-256.5, for the team title.

Lake City MS was third at 218.5, followed by Lakeside JHS (138.5), Green Cove Springs JHS (128), Oakleaf JHS (98), Robert Jenkins MS (83.5), Bolles School (72.5) and Orange Park JHS (30).

A brief summary of each weight class follows:

75 — Robert Jenkins’ Liam Davis won the the tournament with a fall in the semis and 22-6 tech fall over Wilkinson’s Caden Berg (tech prior to final).

80 — Robert Jenkins’ Ethan Vugman had two pins in the semis and again in the final against Rocky Bruner of Lake Asbury (2 pins prior to final).

85 — The hosts’ Riley Girgis took the title with a pin in the semis and victory by injury-default against Lucas Marsh of Lake Asbury (pin prior to final).

90 — Egan Gustilo of Oakleaf was 3-0, pinning his way through the tournament, with falls in the quarters, semis and over Green Cove Springs’ Hunter VanVactor (2 pins prior to final) for the championship.

95 — Wilkinson’s Ronald Conkle pinned his way through the tournament, with falls in the quarters, semis and in the final over Joey Gomery of Lake Asbury (pin & decision prior to final).

100 — Robert Jenkins’ Gunner Ivey picked up a decision and fall prior to the championship match, where he majored Oakleaf’s Marcus McGee (2 pins prior to final) by a 15-1 count.

106 — Aidan Mayo of Bolles battled through two decisions to get to the title round, where he falled John Lou Pena of Lake Asbury (2 pins prior to final).

113 — Thomas Greene of Lake City had a fall and decision before the finals, where he majored Bolles’ Denny Vohs (2 pins & decision prior to final), 11-2.

120 — Lakeside’s Isaac Padgett pinned his way through the bracket, with four falls on the day, the last of those in the final over Lake Asbury’s Bryce Turner (3 pins prior to final).

126 — Jamari Jones of Lake City was 4-0 with four falls in the bracket, pinning Lakeside’s Hunter Williams (2 pins prior to final) in the championship match.

132 — In perhaps the closest finals match Saturday, Green Cove Springs’ Jhoel Robinson, who’d had a fall and decision prior to the championship, escaped out in the ultimate tiebreaker for a 3-2 win over Lake Asbury’s Andrew McGowan (2 pins prior to final).

138 — Lake Asbury’s Christopher Stiltner was 3-0 and had three pins, the last of those in the finals over the hosts’ Jamison Adkinson (decision & 2 pins prior to final).

145 — Brennan Stewart of Lake Asbury made it back-to-back titles for his team, with three pins, the third one in the finals over Wilkinson’s Travis Rawlins (2 pins prior to final).

152 — Lake City’s Lodan Minnich pinned his way through the bracket, with four on the weekend, including a fall in the finals over Green Cove Springs’ Luca Fiamaca (2 pins & decision prior to final).

160 — It was back-to-back brackets for Lake City, as Tony Fulton racked up three pins to get to the finals, where he outpointed Lakeside’s Tyrone Floyd (2 falls & decision prior to final), 17-10, for first place.

170 — Lakeside’s Drew McDaniel brought home the victory after two falls to get to the finals, where he edged Lake City’s Shawn Raggins (2 pins prior to final), 7-6, for the championship.

182 — Lake Asbury’s Julian Mitchell had three pins on the weekend, with a fall in the championship match over Lake City’s Julias Moreland (pin prior to final).

195 — Andrea Smith’s weigh-in was enough for a bracket victory, as Smith, competing for the hosts, was the only entrant within the weight class.

220 — Wilkinson’s Wesley Snyder was 3-0 with three pins, the last of them coming in the championship match against Lake Asbury’s Ethan Daniels (pin prior to final).

285 — Lake Asbury’s Derrick Mosley was 2-0 with two pins, closing out the tournament with a pin in the finals over Lake City’s Jaycob Jones (pin prior to final).

Full results from the tournament can be found here. Scroll down the page to entries for January 12-13 and the brackets will be there.

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January 16 Dual Report

North Florida Matmen staff report

CANTONMENT — In the only action anywhere in North Florida Tuesday night at the high school level, Tate rolled past Milton, 70-3, in a battle of 2A-District 1 rivals.

The Aggies put the hammer down often in collecting 12 wins, with Jacob Cochran (120), Brandon Biello (126), Taylor Finney (132), Matthew Blalock (138), Juan Alvarez (160), Anthony Stafford (182) and Jacob Nowling (285) all winning by fall and Azaya Purifoy (220) taking an 11-3 major decision.

The only thing keeping Tate from a shutout was the Panthers’ Brady Bonnette at 145. Bonnette survived a wild match with the Aggies’ Brannon Hogue, winning by a 19-13 decision.

Both teams are now off until Friday, when both will be competing in neighboring Wewahitchka’s two-day Gator Brawl event.

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Milton-Winter Recap: Buchholz Takes 4th

North Florida Matmen staff report

ST CLOUD — Buchholz finished fourth in the two-day Milton-Winter Invitational duals tournament last weekend in the Orlando suburbs, and it took two pretty solid teams to knock off the Bobcats.

In pool play both Friday and Saturday, Buchholz won its first six duals of the weekend, with wins over Poinciana (65-17), Gateway (48-33), Boone (41-30), University-Orange City (52-16), the tournament hosts (60-23) and Liberty (46-28) before meeting up with Winter Springs in a battle for first place in the pool.

That one didn’t go so well for the Bobcats, as the Bears hammered Buchholz, 64-15, to send it to the third-place match, where Fort Pierce Central won by a 46-24 margin.

Two Bobcat wrestlers were undefeated for Buchholz, as Armando Acosta (170/182) was 8-0 with seven pins and a decision in the third-place dual, while Aaron Menden, the primary starter at 285, was 6-0 with four pins and a decision.

Two additional Bobcats were 7-1 on the weekend, as Jordan Mobley (160/170) lost only in the final dual of the weekend, by decision, collecting four pins, two majors and one decision. At 182/195, Lawrence Smith-Jackson lost only to Winter Springs, with five pins and a victory by injury-default. In a majority role, William Green-Church (145) was 5-1, with three pins, a tech fall and decision, and in a part-time role, Brandon Thomas (132) was 3-1, with one pin.

The opening dual against Poinciana saw 11 Bobcat victories, with Hunter Griffin (126), DeAngelo Fletcher (138), Green-Church (145), Tracen Ransdell (152), Mobley (160), Acosta (170), Smith-Jackson (182), McKeithan Valentine (195) and Menden (285) all taking pins and Christopher Brown earning a 21-5 tech fall at 106.

Gateway, in round 2, was more competitive, even leading early in the dual, as Thomas (132), William Kverneland (145), Mobley (160), Acosta (170) and Smith-Jackson (this time at 195) winning by fall.

The Bobcats trailed early on against Boone as well, but 24 points down the stretch in the bigs helped carry off that victory. Mobley (160), Acosta (170), Smith-Jackson (195) and Nevan Burney (220) all won by pin, with Green-Church taking an 18-3 tech fall victory.

The bigs were big for Buchholz against University-Orange City, as the Bobcats swept from 160 on up to break things open. Cillian Martin (138), Green-Church (145), Acosta (170), Smith-Jackson (182) and Griffin (126) had pins, with Mobley (10-2 at 160) taking a major, plus Menden (1-0 at 285) and Fletcher (7-5 at 132) taking decisions.

The Bobcats rolled against St. Cloud, with 10 maximum-point wins, including pins from Green-Church (145), Mobley (this time at 170), Acosta (this time at 182), Menden (285), and Fletcher (this time at 138) and an injury-default win for Smith-Jackson at 195.

Liberty was tough in the lower weights, but the Bobcat bigs came through again, as Buchholz swept from 152 through 285 to jump out to a 40-0 lead. Ransdell (152), Acosta (170), Burney (220), Menden (285) and Martin (138) all had falls, with Mobley taking an 11-2 major at 160.

That brought Winter Springs to the mat, and the Bobcats had just three wins, with Acosta (170) and Kverneland (145) earning pins and Mobley a 5-0 decision at 160. In the third-place match, Fort Pierce Central went on a 24-0 run from 106 through 126 to salt away the dual. Smith-Jackson (at 195), Menden (285) and Fletcher (132) had pins, with Acosta winning by decision, 8-2, to spoil his run of falls. At 145, Green-Church also won by decision, 5-2.

Buchholz is now off until Wednesday, when the Bobcats will defend their Cities championship at home.

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Trojan Invitational Recap: Balance Reigns For Wakulla

Wakulla wins

Wakulla celebrates a championship effort in Saturday’s Trojan Invitational at Lincoln (Photo submitted by John Hinsey via Facebook).

North Florida Matmen staff report

TALLAHASSEE — Going toe-to-toe with Tallahassee-area rivals is nothing new for second-ranked (Northwest) Wakulla.

Getting a chance to slug it out with a solid 3A team in Orlando Sentinel state-ranked Hagerty, that’s another matter.

The War Eagles proved themselves up to the task, using balance (Wakulla won just one weight-class title) across the lineup to outpoint the 3A Huskies, 217-206, and win the Trojan Invitational Saturday at Lincoln.

After falling at home to Lincoln two days prior, in the 2A-Region 1 dual team tournament semifinals, Niceville returned the favor on Saturday, outpointing the Trojans, 162.5-138, for third place, with Columbia fifth at 133.5.

Oakleaf was sixth at 121.5 points, followed by Tate (120.5), Ridgeview (109), Choctaw (96.5), Marianna (86), Middleburg (69), Gainesville (61), Leon (53), Godby (41), Wewahitchka (23), Chiles (16) and Lincoln’s B side (14).

Below follows a summary of the 14 weight classes:

106 — Top-seeded Ryan Rowland of Hagerty had two pins in the quarters (over Choctaw’s Giovanni Gonzalez, in 2:14) and semis (over Lincoln’s Adam Barnes, in 2:33). Third seed Tazz Hampton of Middleburg got to the finals with two pins as well, pinning Niceville’s Emma Allsbrooks (1:17) in the quarters and Wakulla’s Jackson Merrick (3:43) in the semi. In the final, Rowland continued to roll, with a 17-2 tech fall over Hampton for the title. Merrick majored Barnes, 14-1, for third place, with Gonzalez majoring Allsbrooks, 17-7, to take fifth.

113 — Top-seeded Jacob Cochran of Tate rolled up two pins and a tech fall prior to the finals, pinning Niceville’s Ethan Jimenez (:46) in the round of 16, falling Neal Smith of Marianna in the quarters, and teching Oakleaf’s Abdiert Escobar (17-2) in the semi. Third seed Nathan Fox, of Gainesville, went six minutes with all three opponents, decisioning Lincoln’s Jimmy Martin (5-2) in the round of 16, Ridgeview’s Bradley Saam (7-5) in the quarters and majoring Middleburg’s Gabriel Burch (12-2) in the semi. Cochran won in the finals with a pin in 1:38. Escobar pinned Burch in 39 seconds for third place and Ridgeview’s Gabriel Guzman pinned Raymond Hatchman of Wakulla in 2:20 for fifth.

120 — Top-seeded Dylan Kohn of Hagerty had a bye, followed by a fall in the quarters (over Choctaw’s Jerson Cabiao, in 3:23) and tech fall in the semis (over Wakulla’s Matthew Owen, 16-0), while second-seeded Ryan Rosano of Oakleaf also had a bye, followed by a pin and tech fall in the quarters and semis, respectively (pin in 1:09 over Lincoln B’s JW Sciallo in the quarters, 15-0 tech over Niceville’s Zach Hartzog in the semis). In the final, Kohn shut down Rosano’s offense in a 1-0 decision. Hartzog decisioned Owen, 12-6, for third place, with Cabiano pinning Chiles’ Femi Egberongbe in 27 seconds for fifth.

126 — Top-seeded Chace Curtis of Columbia either pinned or teched his way through the tournament, with a 50-second pin over Middleburg’s Logan Kline in the round of 16, a fall in 2:24 over Lincoln’s Paul Edmunds in the quarters and a 21-4 tech over Jonathan Harvey of Wakulla in the semi. Second seed Marcus Patrick, of Hagerty, reached the final with two pins and a disqualification victory, pinning Ridgeview’s Jacob McGowan (:51) in the round of 16, winning by DQ in the quarters over Columbia’s Alex McGuigan and then a 53-second pin over Niceville’s Evan Mickey in the semi. Curtis added a third fall in the final against Patrick. Harvey downed Mickey, 6-4, for third place, with McGowan pinning Jacky Grissom of Choctaw in 4:25 for fifth.

132 — Top-seeded Daniel Mann of Columbia won four times to take the bracket, with a 31-second fall over Marianna’s Jacob Crenshaw (R16), pin in 1:40 over Marianna’s Trenton Foust (quarters) and a 14-4 major over Wakulla’s Charlie Owens in the semi, while second seed Matthew Blalock of Tate took a 9-3 win over Ridgeview’s Tanner Belden (R16), pinned Oakleaf’s David Parkes (1:39 in the quarters) and then outlasted Hagerty’s Lee Hoang, 6-5, in the semi. It would be Mann that would find a way in the final, though, with a takedown in overtime for a 10-8 victory. Owens pinned Hoang in 2:34 for third place and Parks pinned Belden in 2:21 for fifth.

138 — Third seed Ethan Gustilo of Oakleaf pinned his way into the semis, with falls over Godby’s Treyvon Fennell (1:08, R16) and Logan Myers of Choctaw (3:33, quarters), before overcoming Wakulla’s Micah Lanier, 12-9, in the semi. Top seed Saeid Ejmali had three first-period falls, pinning Luis Gallego of Niceville (:30, R16), Lincoln B’s Luke Geiger (1:01, quarters) and Middleburg’s Storm Mercado (:30, semis), but then lost by fall to Gustilo in the championship match. Lanier outpointed Mercado, 10-7, for third place, with Columbia’s Matt Ross pinning Myers for fifth.

145 — Top-seeded Devin Kohn of Hagerty pinned his way through the tournament, with a bye in the first round, then falls over Middleburg’s Dustin Tollison (:29, quarters) and Wakulla’s Chase Roberts in the semi. Third seed Eli Crum, of Lincoln, had three falls in getting to the finals, pinning Oakleaf’s Trenton Carroll (2:12, R16), Chiles’ Kevonte Times (:52, quarters) and Choctaw’s Carlos Bogan (4:30, semi). Kohn had his third pin of the day, in 1:40, in taking the championship over Crum. Bogan decisioned Roberts, 7-4, for third place, with Marianna’s Ethan Ellis winning four times on the back side, the last of those an 8-6 win over Ridgeview’s Christian Downs for fifth.

152 — Top-seeded Nate Golmon of Tate picked up two pins and two decisions on the route to the bracket, pinning Lincoln’s Reed Watterson (1:27, R16) and Gainesville’s Josh Cohn (1:34, quarters) before taking a 6-2 win over Hagerty’s Bo Perkins in the semi. Second seed Noah Wilson, of Wakulla, majored Marianna’s John Maddox in the round of 16 before pinning Middleburg’s Michael Higginbotham (1:02) in the quarter and edging Niceville’s Bailey Howes, 8-7, in the semifinal. Golmon survived a sturdy challenge from Wilson in taking a 12-10 decision for the championship, with Perkins pinning Howes in 3:37 for third place and Maddox pinning Obie Smith of Columbia, in 4:47, for fifth.

160 — Top-seeded Jack Johnson of Niceville pinned his way through the bracket, with falls over Choctaw’s Ajani Berlin (2:58, R16), Ridgeview’s Reed Propes (:54, quarters) and Leon’s Jaquenez Madison (3:39, semis), while Tate’s second-seeded Juan Alvarez also pinned his way to the final, with sticks against Godby’s Blake Goins (1:44, R16), Ridgeview’s Malachi Martin (3:45, quarters) and Hagerty’s Mason Perkins (1:12, semis). Johnson added a fourth fall in the final to take the title. Madison won by forfeit over Perkins for third place, with Propes decisioning Martin, 4-3, in taking fifth.

170 — The hosts’ top-seeded Justin Grant also pinned his way through the bracket, never having to go past the first period in the process. Grant pinned Choctaw’s Taylor Newnam (:39, R16), Oakleaf’s Isaiah Graham (1:39 in the quarters) and Leon’s Tony Davis (1:40 in the semi). Second seed Jackson Schoener, of Niceville, also had three first-period pins to reach the finals, with falsl over Godby’s Zach Godwin (1:13, R16), Lincoln B’s Sai Ennam (1:58, quarters) and Lincoln’s Andrew Collins (1:52, semis). Grant needed just 43 seconds to get his fourth fall of the day in the championship match, with Davis winning by injury default against Collins for third place and Graham decisioning Marianna’s Corey Davis for fifth.

182 — Top-seeded Justin Segarra of Hagerty was the third straight champion to pin his way through the weight class, with a bye, followed by falls over Ramsey Kidder of Niceville (1:23, quarters) and Anthony Stafford of Tate (3:51, semis) to reach the final. Second seed Zion James of Columbia advanced to the final with wins over Godby’s Keoni Brown (fall in 2:44, R16), Leon’s Mason Judd (13-4 major, quarters) and Lincoln’s Jared Newhall (7-3, semis). Segarra won by fall over James in the finals, with Newhall pushing past Stafford, 4-3, to take third place. Wakulla’s Andrew Annand pinned Judd for fifth.

195 — With Marianna top seed Cole Maddox’s run of pins, that made four titlists in a row to pin their way through. Maddox falled Niceville’s Morgan Causey (1:37, R16), Wakulla’s Ronnie Thomas (1:19, quarters) and Godby’s JaTyren Walker (:33, semis) prior to the final, while unseeded Matthew Kaplan of Hagerty won by injury-default over Oakleaf’s Dexter Moore in the round of 16, with a fall (3:25) in the quarters over Ridgeview’s Nick Siemenof and a 19-11 major over Wakulla’s JT Hinsey in the semi. Maddox won by fall for the fourth time on the day in the championship match. Hinsey pinned Walker in 30 seconds for third place, with Gainesville’s Corey Ryan decisioning Tate’s Azaya Purifoy, 6-3, for fifth.

220 — Top-seeded Darrius Pena of Niceville had two pins and an overtime decision in reaching the final, pinning Gainesville’s Josh Riddle (3:00, R16) and Columbia’s Kouvaris Combs (2:44, quarters) before taking a 6-5 OT win over Wakulla’s Chayton Bussey in the semi. Second seed Ethan Brown, Bussey’s teammate, had three pins to get to the title match, falling Wewahitchka’s Cody Finch (:48, R16), Oakleaf’s Seger McKisick (1:44, quarters) and Lincoln’s Reggie Toombs (3:41, semis). Pena won by fall over Brown for the bracket, with Toombs decisioning Bussey, 6-2, for third place and Riddle pinning Combs for fifth.

285 — Top-seeded Darius Wilkins recorded his team’s only individual title, pinning his way through the bracket, with falls over Marianna’s Jason Rudd (1:35, R16), Columbia’s Noah Stubblefield (:47, quarters) and Godby’s Jevon Solomon (1:22, semi) prior to the final. Unseeded Nicolas Walker, of Hagerty, had two decisions and a pin, winning over Leon’s Lee Klein (3-1, R16), Godby’s Joshua Yarbrough (1:10, quarters) and Niceville’s Aiden Ancog (7-1, semi). Wilkins pinned Walker in the finals, with Solomon taking a decision victory over Ancog for third place and Oakleaf’s Demonte Richmond pinning Rudd for fifth.

Complete brackets, with team scores, from the tournament can be found here.

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Seminole Wrestling Classic: JHS Recap

North Florida Matmen staff report

TALLAHASSEE — Junior-high and middle-school teams from around north-central and northwest Florida congregated at Florida State University Middle School for the junior high version of the Seminole Wrestling Classic.

No team scores were kept for the tournament. Below follows a brief summary of each of the weight classes in the event:

70 — Bozeman’s Derrick Williams was 3-0 in pool play to win Pool B, with two pins and a tech fall, then added a 16-9 decision in the championship match over River Springs’ Conner Brown (2 pins & major to win Pool A).

75 — Caleb Orr of Wakulla won Pool B with a 4-0 record, with four pins, then turned back River Springs’ Nate Jacobs (pin & 3 majors to win Pool A), 7-0, for first place in the weight class.

80 — Suwannee’s Brody Boehm was 3-0 with three falls to take Pool A, and in the championship match Boehm would add a fourth pin to his tally, falling River Springs’ Noah Vernon (1st in Pool B with two pins) in 4:18 for the title.

85 — James Thaxton of River Springs went 2-0, with a major and decision, to win Pool B, then added a 10-5 decision over Bozeman’s Calvin Williams (fall & decision to win Pool A) to take the championship.

90 — Wakulla’s Julian Harvey was 4-0 with four pins in the tournament, winning both Pool A and, later, the championship, with a pin in the finals against Washington’s Daval Sweet (3 pins to win Pool B), in 1:55.

95 — Juan Jimenez of Wakulla took Pool B with two pins, then added a third fall in the championship final over Suwannee’s Cameron Wilder (fall & decision to win Pool A).

100 — River Springs’ Bennett Stinson was 2-0 to win Pool A, with two pins, then picked up a third pin against Tallahassee Battle’s Hunter Brown, who also had two pins to win Pool B, finishing the fall for the title in 4 minutes.

106 — Austin Howard of Suwannee won Pool B with a 3-0, all via falls, then advanced on with a fourth pin in the championship finals, in 1:03, over Wakulla’s Alex Farnsworth (3 pins to win Pool A).

113 — Suwannee got back-to-back title wins, as Charles Jennings had two pins to take first in Pool B, and added a third bonus-point win in the finals, majoring River Springs’ Austin Grubbs (fall to win Pool A), 11-3.

120 — The results are somewhat unclear on a champion, but River Springs’ Darrick Kent (2 pins in 46 seconds to win Pool A) and Gabe Dutton (2-0 with a major & decision in taking Pool B) were slated to meet each other for the title.

126 — River Springs’ Isaiah Wilson won by fall to take Pool B, then turned back Washington’s Chastin Johnson, the Pool A representative, with a 6-2 decision to win the weight class.

132 — Tyler Edenfield made it back-to-back wins for River Springs, going 3-0 with 3 pins in 71 seconds to win Pool A, then majoring teammate Taj Ellington (3 pins in 3:01 to win Pool B), 14-1, in the title match.

138 — In the only contested match, champion Matt Wilde of River Springs pinned teammate James Hatchman in 2:05 to win the title. Washington’s Jimmy Jimenez was the runnerup.

145 — Like in 138, there was only one contested match on the official results, as runnerup Caleb Carter of Niceville pinned Washington’s Malik Williams in 2:58. Carter’s teammate, Martin Black, was the champion.

160 (no participants were shown for 152) — Wakulla’s Hayden Reeves was 2-0, with two first-minute pins, to win Pool A, then added a third fall in 1:05 in the finals over River Springs’ Paul Wildey (pin to take Pool B).

182 (no participants were shown for 170) — River Springs’ Jayvon Brown had two falls to win Pool A, picking up a third pin in the finals, that one in 3:57, over Florida High’s Diego Duprey (3 pins for first in Pool B).

220 (no participants were shown for 195) — Jackson Oglesby of Wakulla won by fall in 15 seconds to take Pool B, then earned a second fall in the championship match, pinning Suwannee’s Mahari Roberts in 3:44.

285 — Billy Brown of River Springs also had a fall to win Pool A, then picked up a second pin in 56 seconds to take first place, falling teammate Anthony Graziano (fall to win Pool B).

Complete results from the tournament can be found here. Scroll down to January 12-13 and the brackets will be there.

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Louisiana Recap: Pickren 2nd For Seahawks

North Florida Matmen staff report

GONZALES, LA — Over the Christmas holiday, it’s becoming customary for a couple of Gulfside teams each year to compete at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center in the Deep South Bayou Duals.

Last weekend, the center had more of an IBT flavor to it for South Walton, as the Seahawks took 21st in a 56-team field at the 45th Louisiana Classic. South Walton was the higher finisher of the two non-Bayou State teams in attendance at the event, won by Brother Martin with 278 points.

Jesuit outpointed Holy Cross, 186-158, for second, while St Pauls was fourth at 152.5 and Catholic Brothers fifth at 118.

Only junior Ethan Pickren (126) came away from the tournament with some hardware for his efforts, taking second in his bracket. Picken had four falls en route to the finals, all for in either the first or second period.

In the finals, Pickren fell to Brother Martin’s Daniel Croy, who came in with a 27-1 record, by just a 3-2 score.

Levi McConnell (120) was one match from a medal in finishing 3-2 for the tournament. At 160, Gunnar Nebel also was 3-2 for the Seahawks.

Complete tournament results, including team scores, can be found here.

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